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    • Chanah
    • 30.05.05 | 17:39 (IDT)

    "I don`t think Hamas is the problem" - ***************************************** Israel is your problem Khaled - becasue it is not going anywhere. I am going to keep this mail below for posterity. It proves that he is prepared to give Abbas a smaller chance to prove himself than even the Israelis are prepared to give him. In 2 years the poor guy is expected to deliver all those demands - including the right of return - OR ELSE! nO LEADER OF YOUR IS GOING TO LAST TOO LONG. I would have thought that you would give him that amount of time to start creating improvements for the living conditions of the refugees, schools, real education (instead of incitement), the means to create a healthy, vibrant Palestinian society (which most probably crave). ********************************************** "I don`t think Hamas is the problem, Israel`s criminal policies created a reaction called "hamas." It is as simple as that. Even if Hamas didn`t exist, a similar organization or movement would. Israel`s diabolic occupation simply generates resistance. This is axiomatic, it is natural. Besides, Abbas, whom we elected earlier this year, promised that he would get Israel to leave our homeland, give us our rights back, solve the refugee problem in accordance with UN resolution, and allow Palestinians to establish a contiguous and viable Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital... We give him another two years, if he fails to fullfil his promises, then he will have to go. It is as simple as that. Abbas, after all, is answerable to us, not to Bush or Sharon. We decide if he should stay in power or shoved away. Khalid

    from the article: Israel is helping the rise of Hamas
    First published 00:00 30.05.05 | Last updated 00:00 30.05.05
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